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Iowa Politics Today: Bill switching Iowa to yearlong daylight saving time advances further in House

MORE DAYLIGHT: Iowa could leave the Central Time Zone under a plan a House subcommittee recommended Wednesday. A House subcommittee endorsed ending the twice-a-year clock change by making daylight saving time the “new normal” in Iowa. Originally, HF 206 would have ended daylight saving time in Iowa by establishing year-round Central Standard Time as Iowa’s official 24-hour daily measurement. Rep. Dave Jacoby, D-Coralville, called daylight saving time an “antiquated system” from a more agrarian time. Although it might create some problems along Iowa’s borders, he is interested in ending the twice-a-year clock change in favor of “more sunlight in the evening.” Rep. John Wills, R-Spirit Lake, told the subcommittee “I come from a tourist area so this is very attractive.”

via www.thegazette.com


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